genus Candida

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This data shows that the extract has a remarkable antibiofilm activity in vitro, in biofilm formed by species of the genus Candida. There is evidence that most of the conditions resulting from fungal infections are associated with their ability to form biofilm.
Dermatophytes were isolated and identified; Trichophyton rubrum, Trichophyton mentagrophytes and Trichophyton tonsurans and Microsporum canis, yeasts; of the genus Candida as: Candida albicans and Candida glabrata and non-dermatophyte molds Scopulariopsis brevicaulis, Fusarium solani, Penicillium sp.
Candidiasis otherwise known as thrush is a fungal disease caused by yeasts of the genus Candida having nearly 200 species.
Opportunistic microorganisms such as yeast are also considered uropathogens, and the genus Candida has been reported as one of the most important [5].
The samples were cultured aerobically on Sabouraud Dextrose Agar (Difco Laboratories, Basel, Switzerland) and presumptively identified for each species specific of genus Candida in CHROMagar Candida (Hichrome Candida Differential Agar, HiMedia Laboratories, M1297A, India).
pylori located within vacuoles of yeasts belonging to genus Candida. They concluded that possibly H.
Pathogenic fungi in the genus Candida have the ability to produce several infections extending from superficial to deep-seated mycoses.
The incidence of invasive fungal infections, especially those caused by opportunistic fungi of the genus Candida and Cryptococcus, has proportionally increased with the increase in the number of hosts with impaired immunity.
Yeast of the genus Candida are frequently carried as harmless commensals at body sites such as the skin, gut, oral cavity, and vaginal tract.
The gene amplification technology by snPCR used in this study, can detect members of the genus Candida by means of a specific and conserved nucleotide sequence, in region 5.8S and 28S rDNA.
Comprehensive antigenic analyses of the genus Candida were first carried out by Tsuchiya et al.
Members of the genus Candida, particularly C albicans, are commensal dimorphic fungi that inhabit the skin as well as the upper-respiratory, alimentary, and genital tracts of humans and ectotherm animals, including birds.
While relatively rare a generation ago, candidiasis--a blood infection from the fungal genus Candida, which normally lives on the skin--has become the fourth most common infection acquired in hospitals.
The genus Candida is composed of an extremely heterogeneous group of organisms that grow as yeasts.
(Colonization of genus Candida in oncological patients oral cavity).